Homeschooling: Choosing a Budget Friendly Curriculum

  When I first started homeschooling a few years ago, I was fortunate to have been able to ask questions and get ideas from a few seasoned homeschooling moms.  I can’t begin to put into words how helpful that was. Even if I ended up making choices different from theirs, I at least had some suggestions to work with in …

Making Emotional Development Fun…Q’s Race to the Top

One thing I love about homeschooling is that I can take special time out to focus not only on academics, but my children’s emotional development. I’m always looking for a way to make homeschooling more enjoyable and here’s a fantastic way I’ve found to make learning about and teaching behavioral and social skills as well as physical coordination more fun.  …

Stay at Home Moms and the Fight Against Depression: Why Is This Happening?

Ok. Let me just start off by saying that I’m not a doctor or a therapist.  With that said, I do have five and a half years of experience being a stay at home mom.  I’ve even read some of the recent statistics, but I don’t think it takes a degree for many of us to recognize that the rate …